10 Simply Breathtaking Views of Australia's Uncharted Northern Rivers
Water play in the local water holes
There are so many beautiful secluded water holes, rivers and dams speckled throughout this region. There’s nothing quite like getting your kit off and jumping into the cool water with not a soul around.
Nimbin Dam © Flickr / harryws20
The stunning ‘Red Bluff’
Red Bluff , Yuraygir National Park © Flickr / Tatters
Sunrise at Woody Point
Woody Point © Flickr / Doug Beckers
Looking north over Evans Head © Flickr / Stephan Ridgway
The rolling hills in the Murwillumbah region
Murwillumbah © Flickr / Petra Bensted
The crystal clear waters of Byron Bay
It doesn’t get much better than a clear day at Byron Bay. Walk up to the lighthouse to get the best view down over the surfers in the morning; the water is so clear you can see everything beneath their dangling feet too.
Byron Bay © Flickr / Klim Levene
The iconic Byron Bay Lighthouse
This classic iconic landmark was built in 1901. Walking up to admire the view is a good way to get your blood pumping in the morning.
Byron Bay Lighthouse © Flickr / Bernard Spragg. NZ
Yamba is still largely untouched and has very much kept its small town feel, rarely feeling crowded, even during peak season.
Yamba rocks © Flickr / kayhempsall
Rocky Byron region
Rocky cove © Flickr / Klim Levene
Watching the locals fish at sunset
Sunset Fishing at Yamba © Flickr / Graham Cook